Monday, October 05, 2009

Fall around the Farm

Pocked apples gone by

Ferns are yellowing

Dusky yellow

Faded red

13 comments:

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Ah look at those lovely Fall colors. Lucky you. Ours arent quiet ready to change to PRETTY colors. . . dead ones yes but not the reds and yellows yet. Thanks for sharing.

patti said...

Soft and gentle - a beautiful time of year.

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

I am enjoying fall, the colors are so...autumnal

~Babs said...

Those leaves may be faded, but they're still so beautiful.
Ours aren't turning yet either,,but likely soon.The days are getting so short.

studio lolo said...

Funny, I thought of you on my walk today. I was wondering how much more color you must have than we do here as yet. I'm relishing every moment!

julie king said...

lovely! not only are the colors wonderful but i'm loving the crisp smell in the air these days!

Liza said...

Look at the size of those apples!
Beautiful pics. Thanks for sharing.

katie jane said...

Gosh, you are getting some color! It hasn't arrived here in the mountains yet. Guess we got here a couple of weeks too early. Last time we came it was near the end of October and all the leaves were gone.
I love your depiction of Autumn.

sukipoet said...

Yes, everyone. This upcoming weekend is the PEAK up here I guess and all the hotels and Band B's are packed full.

Kim said...

Suki, these are beautiful! There is nothing quite like New England in the autumn when the world seems to explode with the most amazing colors!

Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful meditation as the Northern Hemisphere prepares for The Big Sleep!

Have a Beautiful Day!

Lynn said...

Oh you have fall leaves turning. so beautiful. I love that part of the east coast living. Fall would be my favorite season there for sure.

kj said...

ah, fall in new england.

thank you universe.

xo

kikipotamus said...

Thank you for taking the time to stop and look at the signs of fall around you. This reminds me to do the same.